Football in Bracknell

Binfield and Ascot United closing off 2016 in Allied Counties ties

Binfield and Ascot United closing off 2016 in Allied Counties ties


In Allied Counties Division 1 South, Binfield’s promotion credentials are there for all to see with five wins and a solitary defeat from their opening six games.

The young Moles and manager John Polston have three games in hand over leaders Camberley and second placed Knaphill and close in on the duo with what should be a win at home to bottom of the table Alton Town on Thursday night at Hill Farm Lane.

Bracknell Town have completed their 2016 fixtures and will next be in action on January 4th at Hartley Wintney.

Sandhurst Town’s blistering start to the season has been somewhat dented with two defeats in two after opening the season with six straight wins.

The Fizzers don’t play again though until the New Year.

Ascot United youth team can close off 2016 in fourth place in the Allied Counties Youth League Premier Division with a win at Marlow on Wednesday night.

The young Yellamen suffered a sixth league defeat of the season last time out with a 5-0 defeat at home to reigning champions Maidenhead United but will move up three places in the division if they can beat fourth place Marlow.


This weeks fixtures:

  • Marlow vs Ascot United (Wednesday 21st Dec)
  • Binfield vs Alton Town (Thursday 22nd Dec)

See the latest Allied Counties Youth League tables, results and fixtures here.

Tom Canning

Tom is the co-editor of FootballinBracknell. He has played at the lowest possible level of football. In real life Tom works for Trinity Mirror. Manager of Binfield Ladies in the Thames Valley Women's League.

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